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Stop Partisan Gerrymandering With These Three Weird Tricks

July 16th, 2018, 3:29pm by Sam Wang


When it comes to partisan gerrymandering, the Supreme Court whiffed. The road ahead for federal action is not looking great. However, that doesn’t mean it’s game over, as we reported today in The American Prospect. In fact, there’s considerable hope.

We looked into the laws, constitutions, and political landscape in every state where there’s currently an extreme gerrymander. In every case we found at least one remedy. In North Carolina, it’s the state constitution. In Maryland, it’s the possibility of a bipartisan process. And in Michigan, there’s a powerful voter initiative.

Read our detailed state-by-state analysis!

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